Connecticut Real Estate Continuing Education Courses
Looking for a hassle-free way to meet your Connecticut real estate continuing education requirements? Agent Campus by 360training can help. We have plenty of Connecticut-approved electives to choose from, so you can learn what interests you. Classes are delivered online and at your own pace. Start now!
Connecticut Continuing Education Packages
Complete Connecticut Continuing Education Coursework Online
Every 2 years, the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) requires 12 hours of real estate continuing education (CE) with an approved provider.
Some of the hours must be filled with mandatory coursework that varies from one education cycle to another. The remaining hours can be filled with electives.
We only offer elective courses in Connecticut at the moment. Our continuing education courses are accepted in the state and delivered online – you can take them at your own pace, on your own schedule.
Meet Real Estate CE Requirements with Courses that Interest You
For your convenience, we've packaged 5 different 3-hour electives together. You can pick and choose which topics suit you best to reach your total required elective hours.
Our Connecticut elective CE package is flexible enough to suit anyone. All courses are DCP-approved and acceptable for salespersons and brokers. There are courses for residential agents, as well as courses to help you serve commercial or investment clientele.
Get Your Credits On Time
We'll report your CE credits to DCP once you pass each course. You'll also get a certificate of completion for your records.
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1031 Real Estate Exchanges
Understand tax deferment on the exchange of like-kind income-producing properties.
Explore the process for maximizing returns on real property investments.
Brush up on contract law and learn how to avoid fraud or misrepresentation.
Meets real estate continuing education requirements.
Liens, Taxes & Foreclosures
Learn about debts that attach to real estate and the issues that may result.
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What You Get
Certificate of completion
100% online, available 24/7
Salesperson or broker's license
At your own pace, save progress as you go
12 hours every 2 years
Content is updated and current
Website URL: https://portal.ct.gov/dcp
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 165 Capitol Avenue, Room 110
You can find us in DCP's school and course search as 360training (our parent company).
What is the deadline for completing my continuing education courses?
Real estate licenses need to be renewed every year, but Connecticut only requires continuing education every 2 years.
The deadlines for salespersons always fall on May 31st.
The deadlines for brokers always fall on March 31st.
Proof of CE is always due in even-numbered years.
This is my first CE-year renewal – do I need continuing education?
Maybe, maybe not. It depends on the timing of your licensing exam, whether that's a salesperson exam or a broker's exam.
If you took a licensing exam during the CURRENT continuing education period, then you are exempt from CE until the next one.
The "continuing education periods" run:
- For salespersons: from June 1st of an even-numbered year to May 31st of the next even-numbered year
- For brokers: from April 1st of an even-numbered year to March 31st of the next even-numbered year
Many will be exempt from their first CE due date, but not everyone. For example, if a new salesperson took their licensing exam on May 31, 2020, they need to complete CE due in 2022. Since May 31st is the last day of the previous CE cycle, they're not exempt. Talk about bad luck.